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Christie Gets Down on One Knee to W...

Christie Gets Down on One Knee to Woo New Hampshire Voter

You would have thought he was asking for her hand in marriage.
Chipotle Temporarily Closes Restaur...

Chipotle Temporarily Closes Restaurants for Company-Wide Meeting

The restaurants will reopen at 3 p.m. local time.
Rangers' Ryan McDonagh concussed fr...

Rangers' Ryan McDonagh concussed from punch, out Monday

Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh has a concussion from a punch he received from the Flyers' Wayne Simmonds and will miss Monday's game against the Devils.
LeSean McCoy involved in altercatio...

LeSean McCoy involved in altercation with 3 off-duty officers

LeSean McCoy was involved in an altercation with three off-duty police officers this past weekend in Philadelphia, according to multiple reports.
Derek Fisher fired by Knicks in his...

Derek Fisher fired by Knicks in his second season

The Knicks fired coach Derek Fisher on Monday after a 23-31 start to the season.
Video Shows Survivor Pulled From Ea...

Video Shows Survivor Pulled From Earthquake Debris 2 Days Later

Tsao Wei-ling survived because of her husband, who died in the rubble.

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See how many people traveled throug...

See how many people traveled through Houston's major airports in 2015

Houston's two major airports had record-breaking years in 2015 despite heavy construction for the airports as they both continue to expand. At William P. Hobby Airport, numbers were up slightly to more than 12 million passengers compared to last year's 11.95 million. The big story for the south Houston airport, however, is the new international terminal, which brought in 63,063 passengers in 2015. Check out the infographic below to see more on the Houston Airport System's record-breaking travel?
Major tech co. to sell EaDo buildin...

Major tech co. to sell EaDo building, moves into new HQ

ChaiOne, a Houston-based enterprise software and mobile app developer, has moved into a new headquarters in Houston, but not in East Downtown, where it originally planned. Instead, the company has taken 11,500 square feet of space on the top floor at 1800 West Loop South in the Galleria. The new space is more than double what it previously occupied at 4900 Woodway. The broker for the deal was Joe Rambin of Cushman & Wakefield, Gaurav Khandelwal, founder and CEO, told the Houston Business Journal. The?
New-to-Houston law firm recruits fi...

New-to-Houston law firm recruits first partners

The new Houston office of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP has named its first batch of partners, all recruited from other Texas-area firms. The San Francisco-based law firm came to the city in January. It announced at the time that it planned to poach all 20 partners from area firms to get its practice up and running. Blake Winburne, who was most recently the global head of the energy practice for McDermott Will & Emery LLP, according to his LinkedIn profile, will co-lead Orrick's energy practice,?
What should I do with my inheritanc...

What should I do with my inheritance money?

Losing someone close to you can be one of the most difficult aspects of life. That shoulder to cry on and that source of good advice are both gone, and you are now left to fend for yourself. In some cases, the only silver lining in a day of dark clouds is the inheritance money you were left. Whether you inherit money from your parents, a sibling, an aunt or uncle or some generous old neighbor, the question always arises of what to do with inheritance money? Unfortunately, the real beneficiaries?
Major Houston group supports UT's p...

Major Houston group supports UT's planned local campus

The University of Texas' proposed 300-acre campus in south Houston has garnered some heavy opposition from the local community, but one major Houston organization has voiced support for UT. Following the 2016 Greater Houston Partnership annual meeting, Bob Harvey said his organization would have no problem with UT developing a Houston campus. "We?re not going to do anything at the partnership that discourages (the UT) system from investing in Houston," said Harvey, GHP's president. "We?d like?
Photo gallery: See who attended HBJ...

Photo gallery: See who attended HBJ's inaugural Deals of the Year event

Around 300 guests gathered at the Four Seasons Hotel Houston last week for the Houston Business Journal?s inaugural Deals of the Year awards event. All of the 47 finalists were honored, and a winner was announced in each of the 10 categories. Click here to see the photo gallery from the event, which honored Houston?s biggest deals of 2015. The finalists were nominated by the business community and the HBJ newsroom. To qualify, a deal had to have closed or broken ground in 2015. In addition?

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Super Bowl MVP Von Miller lends su...

Super Bowl MVP Von Miller lends support to fellow Aggie Johnny Manziel

The good, bad and ugly from Super ...

The good, bad and ugly from Super Bowl 50

On biggest stage, ex-A&M star Von ...

On biggest stage, ex-A&M star Von Miller delivers for Broncos

Broncos GM John Elway salutes aili...

Broncos GM John Elway salutes ailing owner Pat Bowlen

Ex-Texans tight end Owen Daniels s...

Ex-Texans tight end Owen Daniels savors Broncos' Super Bowl win

Broncos players have high praise f...

Broncos players have high praise for Wade Phillips

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Crusade over shoddy drug tests

Crusade over shoddy drug tests

Review one lawyer's fight vs. Harris County probation officials.

Masked Women Prohibited from En...

Masked Women Prohibited from Entering Saloons

February 8, 1910: On this day, it was Fat Tuesday, but on the day prior, it was Party-Killer Monday. You see, Houston?s Chief of Police issued an order that no masked women shall be permitted to enter saloons during the Mardi Gras celebration, and if the order was violated, the guilty party, or should I say the guilty at the party, would be arrested and imprisoned, which is bad, especially if you were a woman who had given up breaking the law for Lent. The police chief, or should I say, the fun police, said that he was prohibiting masked women from entering saloons in hopes of preventing any trouble.
Restaurant founder Goode, 71, made...

Restaurant founder Goode, 71, made his brand a Houston classic

When Jim Goode got tired of working as a graphic artist, he decided to open either a bait shop or a barbecue joint. After his service in Okinawa, Japan, Goode attended the Milton Glaser School of Visual Arts in New York before he returned to Houston to try his hand as a graphic artist. To the taqueria, he brought memories of his mother's Tex-Mex cooking, taking her classic recipes and adding mesquite. To the seafood restaurants, he brought his passion for fishing and the Gulf Coast. In Waco, he tracked down the owner of a Coca-Cola crate left by the side of the road before he attached it to the back of his truck to drive back home. The pair met on a Conroe fishing trip in the late '70s, and Jones eventually joined Goode in 1990 as a manager at his retail store, the BBQ Hall of Flame, now the bar the Armadillo Palace. "At the end of the day, we weren't brain surgeons or heart surgeons or curing cancer," said Tom Dayton, the chief operations officer of the company who Goode first hired as a manager in 1987. Nobody was better on a grassroots level at weaving together the disparate Texas culinary genres fundamental to Houston cuisine.

Houston doctor accused of child in...

Houston doctor accused of child indecency

According to public records, Cathryn, his wife, filed for divorce on Jan. 8, 2014, but the case was disposed for want of a prosecution. The aggravated sexual assault charge is a first-degree felony, which is punishable by a live imprisonment with a 25-year minimum sentence for the victim's age and a possible fine of up to $10,000.

Remembering Loew’s State ...

Remembering Loew’s State Theatre on Main St.

February 7, 1940: On this day, ?Gone With the Wind? premiered at the Loew?s State Theatre at 1014 Main Street. Later that same month, the epic Civil War drama would go on to win ten Academy Awards, including the award for Best Picture. But, while that film is fondly remembered and can still be seen today, the Loew?s State Theatre has long since vanished?in the wind, okay it was demolished. Demolished in the wind. Back then, Loew?s was owned by MGM, and the release of ?Gone With the Wind? was set to run at theaters throughout Texas, beginning on February 7th. The price of a weekday matinee was seventy-five cents
Ex-deputy constable pleads guilty ...

Ex-deputy constable pleads guilty in case involving prisoner

Thorworth could have faced a year in jail and a $4,000 fine if he had gone to trial and been convicted of the misdemeanor charge. The prisoner later reported the incident, sparking a police investigation that resulted this week in Thorworth's guilty plea.

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